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Trafficking in Persons Report 2009
“The ninth annual Trafficking in Persons Report sheds light on the faces of modern-day slavery and on new facets of this global problem. The human trafficking phenomenon affects virtually every country, including the United States. In acknowledging America’s own struggle with modern-day slavery and slavery-related practices, we offer partnership. We call on every government to join us in working to build consensus and leverage resources to eliminate all forms of human trafficking.”
–Secretary Clinton, June 16, 2009
The report is available in PDF format as a single file [PDF: 22 MB]. Due to its large size, the PDF has been separated into sections for easier download: Introduction; Country Narratives: A-C, D-K, L-P, Q-Z/Special Cases; Relevant International Conventions. To view the PDF file, you will need to download, at no cost, the Adobe Acrobat Reader.
-06/16/09 Remarks at Release of the Ninth Annual Trafficking in Persons Report Alongside Leaders in Congress; Hillary Rodham Clinton, Secretary of State; Benjamin Franklin Room ; Washington, DC
-06/16/09 Ambassador CdeBaca’s Remarks at Release of the 2009 Trafficking in Persons Report; Luis CdeBaca, Director ; Washington, DC
–PDF Version: Trafficking in Persons Report, June 2009
–Introduction (PDF) [5071 Kb]
–Country Narratives: A-C (PDF) [4074 Kb]
–Country Narratives: D-K (PDF) [3889 Kb]
–Country Narratives: L-P (PDF) [4036 Kb]
–Country Narratives: Q-Z and Special Cases (PDF) [3868 Kb]
–Relevant International Conventions (PDF)
it is really good and it helps a lot.
This report has some political biases of the USA but it still contains very usefull country by country information which can help local projects analyze their situation and prepare strategies for their work.
Also, remember, YOU can send your grassroots information to the report – make GS voice heard.
Thanks Clare for the comment. I was not aware of being able to send grassroots information to the report. Maybe you could elaborate a little more on this. It would be useful information for all Good Shepherd networks.